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Irina Yevmenenko is an associate in the Firm's Capital Markets Practice Group concentrating on representing publicly traded domestic and foreign companies in connection with capital raising transactions, ongoing compliance obligations under US securities laws and general corporate governance matters. Ms. Yevmenenko regularly counsels clients with respect to their periodic reporting and disclosure obligations, including periodic reports on Forms 10-K, 20-F, and 10-Q, current reports on Forms 8-K and 6-K, proxy statements and all aspects of annual shareholders’ meetings, Form S-8 filings, and insider reports pursuant to Section 16 and Section 13 of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended. She also regularly advises boards and committees of public companies in connection with best corporate governance practices and compliance with the listing standards of the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq Stock Market, including with respect to corporate codes and policies and general corporate initiatives, such as insider trading policies, disclosure policies, Rule 10b5-1 executive trading plans, and corporate share repurchase programs. Ms. Yevmenenko also regularly counsels clients on executive compensation and employee benefits related issues.
Earnings Releases and Earnings Calls, Practical Law Journal, October 2011, (co-author)
Who is Overseeing the Proxy Advisors?, Bloomberg Corporate Law Journal, Fall 2008, (co-author)